Sunday | 26 April | 2015

This month don’t miss:

Facing life after breast cancer together

Helping each other through life after treatment
Meet the Moving Forward friends
Rachel found out she has the altered BRCA1 gene
She talks about genetic testing and the choices she faced
Keeping active during and after treatment can have many benefits
including reducing side effects and helping you lose weight


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